Scarecrow [Bonus Track] ()

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Uh-Huh found John Mellencamp coming into his own, but he perfected his heartland rock with Scarecrow. A loose concept album about lost innocence and the crumbling of small-town America, Scarecrow says as much with its tough rock and gentle folk-rock as it does with its lyrics, which remain a weak point for Mellencamp. Nevertheless, his writing has never been more powerful: "Rain on the Scarecrow" and "Small Town" capture the hopes and fears of Middle America, while "Lonely Ol' Night" and "Rumbleseat" effortlessly convey the ...

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  1. Rain on the Scarecrow
  2. Grandma's Theme
  3. Small Town
  4. Minutes to Memories
  5. Lonely Ol' Night
  6. The Face of the Nation
  7. Justice and Independence '85
  8. Between a Laugh and a Tear
  9. Rumbleseat
  10. You've Got to Stand for Somethin'
  11. R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. (A Salute to '60s Rock)
  12. The Kind of Fella I Am
  13. Small Town
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